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Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 2:10 PM)
OUR MISSION Building a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop their fullest potential in spirit, mind, and body.   EQUITY STATEMENT The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   About the YMCA of Greater Seattle Founded in 1876, the YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS) seeks to build a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop to their fullest potential in mind, body, and spirit. YGS is an inclusive organization with a shared commitment to nurture the potential of youth, promote healthy living, foster social responsibility, and advance equity and justice for all.   YGS has responded to the region’s most critical social needs for more than 145 years and, in 2019, reached 265,000 people of all backgrounds, abilities, and financial circumstances. Through its 14 branches and three overnight camps, YGS provides affordable, world-class programs spanning health and wellness, youth development, and social responsibility. YGS staff help youth reach their full potential through a wide variety of programs, including overnight camps, youth-in-government, and before and after-school care. YGS also operates a powerful array of less well-known support services for at-risk youth and young adults, offering case management, transitional housing, mental health care, and life skills. At the end of 2019, YGS served 1 in 4 kids and teenagers in the region and was King County’s largest provider of transitional housing for youth. YGS is the 8th largest Y association in the country, with a total operating budget in 2019 of over $100 million.   YGS is a dynamic, growing organization that has steadily expanded its reach and impact. In response to escalating challenges across the region, YGS has grown its network of branch facilities and broadened its social services offerings, including mental health and rapid response programs, to provide more support for children and families in crisis. Using methods proven to deliver meaningful outcomes, YGS branch staff work closely with local leaders to design the mix of programs and services best suited to the unique needs of each community. YGS offers generous financial assistance for all fee-based programs; currently, 36% of all members receive financial assistance.   YGS is nationally recognized for developing innovative programs replicated throughout the country, and it is at the forefront of innovative partnerships with local government, health care systems, physicians, and other non-profits across King County – all of whom look to YGS as a trusted partner.    YGS is more than a mission - it’s a movement powered by an unwavering belief that everyone deserves a fair chance in life. For more information, visit https://www.seattleymca.org/.   2020 Impact Statement - 14 branches, three overnight camps, and 200+ program sites  - Served 1,062 participants in chronic disease prevention programs  - Delivered swimming lessons to 12,686 people - Critical water safety instruction, wellness, and lessons to 4,691 - Provided social services to 5,481 teens and young adults - Taught more than 28,000 people new skills through camping & outdoor leadership programs - Safely offered 1577 people new skills through camping & outdoor leadership programs - Served over 400,000 meals/snacks to low-income children, adults, and families - 1670 full and part-time employees  - $110M operating budget, with a solid track record of financial sustainability  - $33M+ endowment, $22M+ reserves   The YMCA of Greater Seattle is an inclusive organization with a shared commitment to nurture the potential of youth, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility. In response to increasing challenges across the region, The YMCA of Greater Seattle has continued to steadily expand its outreach and impact to provide more support to children and families in crisis. Branch facilities have broadened their social services offerings, including mental health and rapid response programs, using methods proven to deliver meaningful outcomes and a community of branch staff working closely with local leaders to design various programs and services best suited to the unique needs of each community.    In 2020, YGS pledged to become an anti-racist organization and established its Equity and Justice Center of Excellence to advance equity and justice for all.    SUMMARY YGS seeks a Chief People Officer (CPO) who has a heart for community, is a builder and systems thinker and energized by the opportunity to develop and execute a plan to take the HR department to the next level and to help YGS achieve its goals to be an employer of choice in our region. The CPO will work in collaboration with the CEO and Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to develop and execute the Association’s Human Resources plans and strategies across YGS and its branches and departments, driving organizational and cultural change and managing the delivery of HR services to all employees. The CPO, in collaboration with the SLT, will provide a clear and actionable strategy to execute on the vision for the organization. In close partnership with the highly collaborative YGS senior leadership team, the CPO is expected to build upon the organization’s success, constructing and fulfilling all assigned financial and operational objectives. They will be comfortable motivating, communicating, and influencing at all levels and in a multitude of environments. This executive will operate with the highest levels of integrity, honesty, and personal standards and ethics.   DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The CPO leads and develops association-wide operating strategy, policy, and procedures in the areas of human resources. The position oversees all HR programs and services including but not limited to Employee Recruitment, Selection and Retention; Classification & Compensation; Employee Benefits and Wellness Administration; Performance Management; Employee & Labor Relations; Policy Development; Training and Organizational Development. The CPO acts as a strategic resource and business partner for executive leaders, managers and supervisors in the areas of human resources and training and organizational development. Success in this role requires extensive contact and collaboration with executive staff, managers, employees, consultants, attorneys and members of the public. Competencies required include strategic thinking, collaboration, customer service, effective communication, project management, and negotiation skills. Work is performed with considerable independent judgment within established policies and procedures.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13363
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 2:45 PM)
OUR COMMITMENT TO EQUITY: The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   We understand that people gain skills through a variety of professional, personal, educational, and volunteer experiences. We encourage candidates to review the key responsibilities and qualifications below. If you believe you have the transferable skills necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this role, we encourage you to apply.   JOB SUMMARY The Y is seeking qualified and dedicated individual for the position of CSEC Child & Family Therapist. The CSEC Child & Family Therapist Provides comprehensive community & home-based stabilization, mental health, and clinical case management services to youth and young adults who are at risk of or are current victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation/Trafficking (CSEC).   This position is at Y Social Impact Center, the social services branch of YGS. The mission of Y Social Impact Center is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. Y Social Impact Center programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13362
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 2:14 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13359
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 2:14 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13358
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 7:16 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides comprehensive, short-term crisis outreach services to children and families in King County with children experiencing a mental health or behavioral emergency. On an established rotation and as a part of a team, serves client families 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year in all parts of King County. Stabilizes the initial crisis, provides intensive support and links the family to ongoing formal and informal support systems.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13244
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 7:11 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13215
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 7:02 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The goals of Youth Peer Support include supporting youth empowerment, assisting youth in developing skills to improve their overall functioning and quality of life.  You will collaborate with co-workers, supervisors, outside professionals and others involved in delivering the youth’s care to meet safety plan needs and action plan goals, acting as a bridge between the youth, family and system representatives.     This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   Minimum compensation for this position ranges from $22.00 to $24.00 an hour based on previous directly related experience and certifications.    As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13214
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 7:09 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13182
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
On-Call
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 7:03 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides culturally competent, and strength-based peer support to families to decrease crisis, increase in-home stabilization, and assist families in decreasing negative contact with law enforcement and the juvenile justice system. Identifies natural supports and coaches parent/caregiver skills to effectively navigate community resources to meet priority needs.  Provides services in client homes, schools or other convenient community locations. The goals of Parent Partner Peer Support include identifying parenting resources and supports, coaching parents/caregivers to effectively and peacefully resolve conflict in the home, and assist in navigating systems that impact family, such as the educational system, mental health, substance use, or juvenile justice. Collaborates effectively with co-workers, supervisors, outside professionals and others involved in delivering care to meet safety plan needs and action plan goals. This may include collaborating with law enforcement with the goal of reducing harm to youth and family. Supports the family and acts as a bridge between the youth, family and system representatives.  Willing to self-identify as a parent. Because of life experience, such persons have expertise that professional training cannot replicate.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13170
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 5:58 PM)
We have a strong commitment to equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Tell me about this job! The Senior Grant Specialist – Social Impact Center “Sr. Grant Specialist” is responsible for stewarding grants from corporations, foundations, and public funders through the grants pipeline: research, development, project management, and reporting. This role reports to the Director of Grants and Foundations, and the role contributes to a Financial Development department and organization strategic goals. The Sr. Grant Specialist will be responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to research, write, prepare, submit, and report on grant proposal to foundations, corporations, public funders and other grant-making organizations in support of the YMCA Social Impact Center. The Sr. Grant Specialist is also responsible for identifying new funding sources for programs and supporting funder cultivation and stewardship.   Minimum Compensation: $63,150.00/Annually   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs *Some benefits only available to full-time staff   The YMCA of Greater Seattle is committed to providing a positive atmosphere that prioritizes safety and inclusivity for all employees. The YMCA of Greater Seattle has implemented safety standards and protocols related to preventative health measures based on CDC and local health department guidelines.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements for this role are Highly Recommended. Certain programs at the Y of Greater Seattle may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13148
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 1:45 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Employment and Training Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and dedicated team in our Young Adult Services department of the Y Social Impact Center, the social services branch of the YMCA of Greater Seattle.  This is a unique position which requires strong group facilitation skills and focuses on the areas of technology and civic engagement.  This Employment and Training Case Manager will have two main roles in addition to other duties as assigned.  First, the individual in this role will be responsible for planning and teaching a wide range of technology-based classes to youth and young adults living or going to school within the City of Seattle; at times, classes may be a blend of technology and basic job readiness skills.  Second, this role will be responsible for leading the Y’s two civic engagement programs: Get Engaged and the Young Adult Grand Advisory Committee.  Get Engaged is a program offered in partnership with the City of Seattle, where recruited participants are placed on City of Seattle boards or commissions for the duration of one year of service.  The Young Adult Grant Advisory Committee is funded by the Raikes Foundation and teaches participants ages18-25 the basics of philanthropic giving and social justice and equity issues, specifically pertaining to homelessness and housing instability in King County.  While primary job responsibilities will be Seattle-based, case manager may be required to regularly travel to other locations across King County.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13088
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:50 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This position works in conjunction with the Fostering Youth Independence Housing Case Mangers and the Housing Case Managers within the Homeless Services team as a Housing Locator.  The position works on developing and maintaining relationships with rental properties throughout King County that work with the young adult population.  The position will require collaborative work across Y Social Impact Center programs, along with the King County and Seattle Housing Authorities, and will require the Housing Locator to complete housing quality standard inspections.    YMCA of Greater Seattle will comply with all WA state mandates regarding COVID vaccinations. All YGS staff are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID regardless of work location. Religious and Medical Exemptions will be considered at time of hire.
ID
2022-13008
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 2:57 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y is seeking a dedicated individual for the position of Behavior Specialist. You will provide support for children, youth and their families in the YMCA Family Services and Mental Health Program. The Behavior Specialist works closely with Treatment Team members providing clinical support to youth and families within the program.  Behavior Specialists also work to provide support to youth and families in school, home, and community environments.     This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-12992
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:44 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Independent Youth Housing Program (IYHP) Case Manager will work closely with young adults aged 18-23 who have aged out of the foster care system in Washington state to obtain and maintain housing in the community. This program provides rental subsidy, ongoing case management and community connection to help support young adults in their pursuit of independence.   This Case Manager position is a great opportunity to be a part of a team that is highly committed to working with young people who are aging out of the foster care system. We help youth and young adults navigate systems and opportunities for housing, employment, and education. We are grounded in a strength-based approach that supports young people as they build life skills and achieve their personal goals. We are a strong and collaborative team, and we work closely with other partner agencies to serve young people throughout King County.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-12957
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:37 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This opportunity is on-site and with the flexibility to be at our Downtown Site and/or a site based in Capitol Hill. The Housing Case Manager II supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-12939
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:47 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity This position works on-site at in our Young Adults in Transition (YAIT) program, based out of our downtown YMCA branch. This position supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA. This position primarily works overnight, 9:00pm - 7:00am, four nights a week. Weekend shifts may be required.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-12801
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:26 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y’s Working to Achieve Growth in Employment Skills (W.A.G.E.S.) program is an 8 week, 15-20 hours per week paid internship!   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   YMCA of Greater Seattle will comply with all WA state mandates regarding COVID vaccinations. All YGS staff are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID regardless of work location. Religious and Medical Exemptions will be considered at time of hire.
ID
2022-12798
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Intern
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 1:28 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2021-12784
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:09 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides comprehensive, short-term crisis outreach services to children and families in King County with children experiencing a mental health or behavioral emergency. Stabilizes the initial crisis, provides intensive support and links the family to ongoing formal and informal support systems. This position ensures children and families in King County are supported through and out of crisis situations safely and with minimal disruption to their lives. Children and families leave the program stabilized with new skills, awareness of their strengths, and stronger systems of support. This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems. Position Type/Location This position will work with families throughout King County full-time Monday-Friday evenings to meet participant needs. This is a salaried position and licensed, experienced supervision and training is available.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs *Some benefits only available to full-time staff   Minimum compensation for this role is $22.05/hour for standby time and $32.96/hour while providing direct service.   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2021-12680
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 days ago(5/17/2022 6:02 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This unique position provides brief, home-based intensive stabilization services to the families of children/youth (ages 2-20) with developmental disabilities in King County. Child and Family Intervention Specialist within this program work with the entire family to provide support managing challenging behavior, assisting in building communication skills, increasing safety and structure within the home.    Child and Family Intervention Specialist works directly with families to identify strengths, instill hope and help families develop resiliency. Clinicians who enjoy thinking creatively and working in the community are highly encouraged to apply. This position is part of a small team which includes Parent Partners as well as Behavior Specialists for stabilization within this short-term model.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   Minimum compensation for this role is $62,400/year   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2021-12679
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time

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